By Lucas Louro
- Surprisingly, It is one of the only bridges in Paris made for pedestrians.
- This bridge gives a fun way to have a nice stroll and enjoy the view.
- La Passerelle Simone-de-Beauvoir is solely built for cyclists and pedestrians.
- It's unique design gives the feeling as if you are floating on air!
- The location of this bridge is in Paris, France.
- This bridge crosses The Seine River but doesn't touch the water.
- It connects the 12th and the 13th districts.
- It is in-between two other bridges named "Pont de Bercy" and "Pont de Tolbiac"
- This bridge begun being built in the year 2004 and was completed in 2006.
- La Passerelle Simone-de-Beauvoir is the 37th bridge on the Seine River
- It has the width of 39 feet (12 meters)
- Also the length of 997 feet (304 meters).
- It weighs 640 long tons / 720 short tons
- It is completely made of steel.
Créateur du Pont
- The maker of this bridge is named Dietmar Feichtinger.
- He was born on the 18th of November, 1961 in Bruck an der Mur, Austria.
- He is an Austrian architect established in 1989 in Paris.
- Also, he won the competition of making the pedestrian bridge.
Opinions et d'Évaluations
- "It is the nicest pedestrian bridge out there" -Britney Damon
- "It's very unique and special" -Nick Rojas
- "The architecture is different than most" -Marika Virthe
- "It was an extraordinary experience to see the view" -Jessica Kuo